Originally Posted by Jonq1102
No please do comment!!! lol, my neuro prof's reaction was "aww thats cute" and she told me to read a few things. But it hasn't dissuaded me yet. Nova Southeastern has a specialization in psychodynamic psych (my current school for undergrad) and I said "I'm not the only crazy one Doc!" But she thinks I still am lol.
I don't know that people would say they disagree with everything
Freud ever hypothesized and touted. Also, disagreeing with some of Freud's methods and ideas isn't the same as saying that current behavior isn't shaped by past (including childhood) experiences, and that sex and aggression aren't involved in motivation.
Keep in mind that psychodynamic principles have advanced and changed a decent amount since Freud's time. Other posters on the board more-versed in its theory and practice than me can feel free to chime in and add more.